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beat hollow July 22, 2010

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Beat thoroughly and conclusively in a competition or fight

” The clockin of the horses’ hoofs used to beat hollow on the earth— and does still. The road is the color of a sand rock, a pied copperhead turned on its back in the sun. You can follow the wind, for the wind blows west from the old E— …

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